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RETROGRADE INTRARENAL LITHOTRIPSY USING DISPOSABLE FLEXIBLE URETEROSCOPE.

This research aims to characterize efficiency of a flexible ureteroscope that is of single use with regard to surgical time, absence of stone, and complications. From March 2022 to April 2023, the Basrah Urological Centre carried out this anticipated work. After excluding patients with untreated urinary tract infections, excessive blood urea, and ureteral strictures, the study involved ninety-eight patients. All patients were above 20 years of age. Patients were operated on by the same surgeon. This study involved 108 patients in this study composed of 42 (39.8%) men and 65 (60.2%) women. With a standard deviation of 10.9 years, the patient's mean age was 39.2 years. The total stone burden ranged from 6.9 to 14.5 mm, averaging 9.7±2.9 mm. The stone density ranged from 820-1411 HU, averaging 1000.8±279.3 HU. According to the current study, treating renal stones with a single-use flexible ureteroscope is less complicated and more successful.

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